Montgomery County has released their employee salaries for 2015  via Texas Public Information Act request.

Response time : TPIA request sent  Sept 10th. Response received 01:52 pm   Sept 24th.

Montgomery County claims to currently be unable to provide salary information in excel format without imposing a programming fee of approximately $30 at additional taxpayer expense. We make available the inferior and poorly legible scanned pdf pages provided that are not searchable but must be scrolled to review the information.

This list does not include overtime hour. However the desired report for which the county requires approximately $30.00 would include overtime hours that are paid primarily within the District Attorney’s office.  Perhaps the District Attorney will donate forfeiture funds to this cause as a fitting service and recognition of the taxpaying public?

Some salary records only show county paid stipends where officials like District Attorney and District Judges are paid by the State. State salaries can be viewed on the Government Salaries Explorer built by Texas Tribune

Download  file here


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Anonymous · July 4, 2016 at 9:34 pm

The property tax appraisers should be fired for incompetence. Yes, AM I’m referring to you.

Anonymous · July 4, 2016 at 9:33 pm

The property Tax Appraisers are thieves and should be fired for incompetence. Yes, AM I’m referring to you.

Anonymous · October 18, 2015 at 4:13 pm

You can search PDFs in Adobe Reader, it’s free. There is a selection for searches in the task bar. I agree that the excel format would be better and it’s pretty dirty to not hand that over when requested but then again I would expect nothing more from a corrupt government.

    admin · October 18, 2015 at 4:38 pm

    This pdf is a scanned image and OCR ready and therefore unsearchable

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